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#9: 03-03-2013, 09:41 AM
 
 pleaidestar
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+1 monkeyposeur, if it gets hot sitting still and goes to normal operating temp when you drive normally there is air in your system. Burping it is real easy....

Let your car idle for a minute then take that plastic screw out of the passenger side of the radiator and take off the radiator cap, top off the coolant like normal until you see a little bit of the coolant come out of the hole you removed that screw from, then put the screw and cap back in. Test drive it for a few blocks, if your still heating up do the process again.